Meet Lisa Bishop
Lisa studied Human Development at Warner Pacific College as an undergrad and graduated from Brigham Young University with a master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy. One of her personal quests has been to find theories and methods that are effective in her therapy practice, are supported by research, and fit well with her LDS beliefs. Lisa believes that therapy doesn’t always have to be heavy. Sometimes humor and fun is the best medicine.
Meet Rebecca Hamilton
Rebecca graduated with her undergrad in Marriage and Family Studies and then went on to obtain a master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Brigham Young University. She has worked extensively with both adolescents and adults in both inpatient and outpatient settings, most recently at a highly regarded eating disorder treatment facility for four years. In therapy, she believes in empowering her clients to identify their own worth and truth through a variety of research-based practices while still focusing on individualized care for each client.
Meet Christina Holyoak
Christina finished a bachelor's degree in Family Studies at Brigham Young University and is currently in the final year of her master's program in Marriage and Family Therapy at Brigham Young University. Christina currently develops curriculum for and teaches parenting classes at BYU and loves working with couples and children. She primarily works from an attachment framework and believes that healing is possible within our closest relationships.
Meet Bryce Daley
Bryce graduated with his undergraduate degree in Consumer and Community Studies with an emphasis in family finance. He is currently a Master’s student and intern in Marriage and Family Therapy at North Central University. Bryce has training in Child Parent Relationship Training with Gary Landreth. He has experience with couple’s therapy groups. He also has experience with partner acrobatics, which requires communication and coordination similar to what works in couple’s relationships.